African Twilight: Vanishing Rituals and Ceremonies
Jul
7
to Jan 6

African Twilight: Vanishing Rituals and Ceremonies

Current Exhibits at Bowers Museum

The Bowers’ presentation marks the world premiere of this stunning exhibition, with photographs and film covering the last 15 years of their work in over 45 African countries. Their images capture the continent’s vast cultural diversity while documenting profound moments of commonality in the human life cycle, including unique initiation ceremonies, colorful courtship rituals, the splendor of power in Royal Kingdoms, and intimate healing practices for the living and the dead.

African Twilight: Vanishing Rituals and Ceremonies is organized by Photokunst and is presented by the Bowers Museum. 

https://www-la.bowers.org/index.php/exhibitions/current-exhibitions/503-african-twilight-vanishing-rituals-ceremonies

Photo by Chen Hu on Unsplash

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Knights in Armor
Sep
22
to Jan 13

Knights in Armor

Current Exhibits at Bowers Museum

Knights in Armor features stunning masterpieces of European arms and armor, dating from the Medieval and Renaissance ages to the Romanticized Medieval revival of the 1800s.

The provocative beauty and the exquisite craftsmanship of more than 90 pieces of armor, including full suits, helmets, corselets, shields, swords and paintings on loan from the Museo Stibbert of Florence, Italy bring to life the legendary figure of the knight, his code of chivalry and his battlefield role. 

Knights in Armor is brought to you by the generosity of Frank and Eileen DeSantis. The exhibition was organized by Contemporanea Progetti in collaboration with the Museo Stibbert, Florence, Italy.

https://www-la.bowers.org/index.php/exhibitions/current-exhibitions/489-knights-in-shining-armor

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Lion Guard: The Exhibit
Sep
22
to Jan 13

Lion Guard: The Exhibit

Explore the Pride Lands with Kion and his friends at this new exhibit! Train with each member of the Lion Guard to protect and maintain the balance of the Circle of Life. Spotlighting important learning areas such as social and self-development, problem solving, creative thinking and arts & culture, this one-of-a-kind exhibit will bring “The Lion Guard” story to life for young children and their families.

Enjoy hands-on activities and imaginative play and discover the importance of teamwork as well as the unique traits of the Lion Guard. Guest will experience the Pride Lands by:

  • Exploring the African Savanna

  • Learning about the animals living in the Pride Lands

  • Training in the Lion Guard’s secret lair

  • Experiencing hands-on activities and interactive play through special missions

  • Discovering teamwork and leadership traits

Plus, discover the unique traits of each member of The Lion Guard team – Kion, the leader of the group and the fiercest in all of the Pride Lands; Bunga, a fearless honey badger and the Pride Lands’ bravest; Fuli, a confident cheetah and the fastest in the Pride Lands; Beshte, a friendly and good-spirited hippo and the strongest in the Pride Lands; and Ono, an intellectual egret who is keenest of sight – that allow them to work together to maintain balance in the Circle of Life.

Learn More: https://oc.discoverycube.org/lion-guard/

Photo by Ivan Diaz on Unsplash

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Kings, Queens, and Castles
Sep
29
to Feb 18

Kings, Queens, and Castles

Current Exhibits at Bowers Museum

Bowers Kidseum will play host to Kings, Queens & Castles, a children’s chess exhibit co-created by The World Chess Hall of Fame and The Magic House, St. Louis Children’s Museum. This innovative, nationally traveling exhibit brings the game of chess to life and provides an engaging introduction to individual chess pieces and game strategy.

Kings, Queens & Castles invites children to learn more about this classic game as well as to pique the interest for those who already play.
Designed for children ages 3 to 11, Kings, Queens & Castles features an array of interactive elements. Visitors of all ages can:

Walk across a drawbridge into a medieval castle complete with turret slides and a giant chess board floor and life-size chess pieces.

  • Make a fanciful crown, then don a royal cape and sit on a majestic throne to become a king or queen.

  • Design and then create a shield to become a knight.

  • Build the castle walls with oversized interlocking bricks.

  • Learn how to prepare for a game by arranging a giant chess board with large- scale pieces.

  • Play a human chess game dressed as a favorite chess piece.

  • Enjoy a game of chess with a friend while sitting on royal thrones at a one-of-a-kind game table.

  • Take the exhibit experience home with an app that creates a personalized memory book of their visit and connects to a digital chess game.

Kings, Queens & Castles not only provides an opportunity for dramatic play in its medieval play environment, but it also helps children understand basic chess strategy. “We have observed a growing interest in the game of chess, especially among school-age children,” said Shannon Bailey, World Chess Hall of Fame chief curator. “Our exhibit, Kings, Queens & Castles, is designed to provide a fun, age-appropriate introduction to Chess, an ageless game that develops important 21st-century skills.

https://www-la.bowers.org/index.php/exhibitions/current-exhibitions/496-kings-queens-and-castles

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Discovery Cube Spooky Science Halloween Month
Oct
1
to Oct 31

Discovery Cube Spooky Science Halloween Month

Spend this Halloween season dressed up and ready to explore at Discovery Cube’s Spooky Science exhibit! Throughout the month of October, Discovery Cube invites guests to enter the fantastical world of wizards and dragons! Discover enchanting chemistry in the “Wizard of Ooze” stage show, observe and analyze characteristics of real and mythical creatures, and join in on the costume parade. Along with the programming above, the Cube will host five special costume themed weekends sure to make the little ghouls, goblins and witches scream with excitement!

Don’t miss these festive activities on the weekends:

October 1 & 2 – Super Hero Weekend

Guests are encouraged to dress in their favorite Superman, Wonder Woman or Avengers costume as Discovery Cube celebrates all super heroes

October 8 & 9 – Animal Science Weekend

Learn about spooky animals, like rodents and flying insects during this weekend. From rats to mosquitoes, learn the science behind these animals unique traits and how they impact the world we live in. Guests are encouraged to dress up as their favorite animal kingdom creature!

October 15 & 16 – Community Leaders Weekend

Discovery Cube pays homage to the local community service members and leaders who help make our world a better place. From police officers and fire fighters, to community leaders and public servants, hear their stories and ask questions, plus come dressed in real life hero gear!

Participants include:

October 22 & 23 – Sci-Fi Weekend

Visit the Cube dressed as your favorite sci-fi character and visit with the R2-D2 club, plus many other space and sci-fi enthusiasts.

October 29-31 – Halloween Weekend

Wear your favorite Halloween costume and participate in the Spooky Science activities, watch the Wizard of Ooze stage show, learn about turtles and snakes, and more!

*All Spooky Science activities are included in general admission. Programming and schedule subject to change without notice.

 

Photo by Eric Ward on Unsplash

 

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It Screening & Cinema Trivia Night
Oct
24
7:00 PM19:00

It Screening & Cinema Trivia Night

On Wednesday, October 24th, we're teaming up with The Frida Cinema for another FREE movie under the stars... out on our patio! And this time, we're bringing something along for our fellow film junkies in the room... At 7 pm, we'll be kicking the night off with a few rounds of MOVIE TRIVIA! Come by with your crew and scarf down on some food and drinks, and get ready to prevail against our defending champions and the others that believe that their natural born thirst for knowledge can outdo your team and all the other trivia fanatics! 

Who knows, by the end of the night maybe you will be able to call yourselves the CHAMPIONS!

YOU THINK YOU'RE AMONGST THE BEST OF THE BEST?

SIGN UP BELOW TO PROVE IT!

When trivia ends at 8:00pm, join us for the classic blockbuster IT.

Seven young outcasts in Derry, Maine, are about to face their worst nightmare -- an ancient, shape-shifting evil that emerges from the sewer every 27 years to prey on the town's children. Banding together over the course of one horrifying summer, the friends must overcome their own personal fears to battle the murderous, bloodthirsty clown known as Pennywise.

Check in starts at 6pm on the patio of 4th Street Market. All teams must be checked in by 6:45pm. (If you check in late your team will forfeit all rounds that have occurred prior to your arrival)

MAX TEAM SIZE - 6 PEOPLE TOTAL

Winners to receive a prize from both 4th Street Market & The Frida Cinema!!! 

Sign up and view trivia night rules at: http://www.4thstreetmarket.com/trivianight/

Photo by Tom Roberts on Unsplash

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Bowers Museum Anne's Treasures Mexican Day of The Dead Sugar Skulls
Oct
25
10:00 AM10:00

Bowers Museum Anne's Treasures Mexican Day of The Dead Sugar Skulls

Decorate a sugar skull to honor, or gift to, a loved one.

A very special arts engagement program for seniors!
Seniors over the age of 62 are invited to join us every 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month for a program of art, music, lectures and gallery tours. Program will vary each session.

Location: John M Lee Court
Tickets: Free for Members and visitors age 62 and over | General $5.

Reservations required. Call or email Lupe Lopez at (714) 567-3678, mlopez@bowers.org

Photo by Ivan Diaz on Unsplash

Purchase tickets here: https://buy.acmeticketing.com/orders/311/tickets?eventId=5b75cbe6c1a3ef7f4a31beca&cdEventIds=5b75cbe6c1a3ef7f4a31beca&date=2018-10-25T00:00:00-0700

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Bowers Museum All Hallows' Eve Celebration
Oct
27
11:00 AM11:00

Bowers Museum All Hallows' Eve Celebration

Come dressed up in your favorite medieval or Renaissance costume and celebrate All Hallows' Eve in a castle! Enjoy themed art projects and stories that are sure to bring out your inner knight. Enter the costume contest for a chance to be crowned a winner!

Location: Kidseum 
Tickets: TBA

Photo by David Menidrey on Unsplash

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Little Expo of Horrors
Oct
28
12:00 PM12:00

Little Expo of Horrors

First 200 attendees get a free pin! Free admission from 12-8 PM.

Patches and Pins Expo is the nations largest flare event.

Since 2015 P&P has become the essential platform connecting pin makers with the public and most importantly their direct fans.

Our event incorporates an array of pins, patches, art and fashion. P&P has been rapidly growing organically for the past couple of years while staying true to our roots making our event the successful platform it is today

Patches and Pins Little Expo of Horrors (Halloween Fun for the whole family)

Patches:Pins:Art:Music:Fashion:Food and more!

For more information visit patchesandpinsexpo.com or email patchesandpinsexpo@gmail.com

Photo by Leximphoto on Unsplash

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Bowers Museum Too Cute to Spook Celebration
Oct
31
10:00 AM10:00

Bowers Museum Too Cute to Spook Celebration

Join us for a silly, spooky, and not scary Halloween fun filled day!

$10 for everyone over the age of 2, free for Bowers Museum Members

Goulish Makeovers: Our expert face painters will enhance your costumes to look spooky, funny or sweet!

Paper Halloween Lanterns: Create silly paper lanterns that will glow with your complimentary glow bracelet.

Ghostly Dance Jam: Fall under our spell and join in on the frightfully fun dance jam on a giant digital hopscotch floor.

Monster Scavenger Hunt: Find all the friendly monsters hiding in the museum and collect your candy bag at the front door as a prize.

Purchase tickets here: https://buy.acmeticketing.com/orders/311/tickets?eventId=59723db1ca6afe692482143a&date=2017-10-31T00:00:00-0700

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Pumpkin Launch at Cal State Fullerton
Nov
3
10:00 AM10:00

Pumpkin Launch at Cal State Fullerton

Pumpkins, as a rule, stay close to the vine. But have you ever seen a squash go soaring, high through the air? Join Discovery Cube and Cal State University, Fullerton at Cal State Fullerton’s athletic field for a day of flight, engineering, and pumpkin-smashing hijinks on Saturday, November 3rd from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. 

What is Pumpkin Launch? Pumpkin Launch is a free-community event that invites guest to come onto a university campus and participate in a fun-filled STEM festival. The headlining event invites local engineer clubs and student Pumpkin Launch contestants to use the principles of STEM to build trebuchet machines that send pumpkins high in the sky and towards large targets lining the field – sometimes more than 50 yards! The team with the highest score wins the coveted Pumpkin Launch trophy! 

In typical Discovery Cube fashion, guests can become an engineer for the day by making, building, and testing their own launchers at the hands-on learning encounters and STEM festival. Plus, enjoy some of OC’s best food trucks, have a bite and keep your energy up. 

https://oc.discoverycube.org/event/pumpkinlaunch/

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Noche de Altares 2018 (Night of Altars) - Día de los Muertos Celebration
Nov
3
1:00 PM13:00

Noche de Altares 2018 (Night of Altars) - Día de los Muertos Celebration

Since 2002, El Centro Cultural de Mexico has been organizing Noche de Altares, or a Night of Altars, a community based Día de los Muertos celebration, where families, students, community organization and businesses come together to create an authentic cultural experience that reflects Mexican tradition and what makes up our communities today. Organized by volunteers, the purpose of the celebration is to honor the ancient traditions of the festival and bring community members together through art, culture, and compassion.

For one night, families, students, community organizations, activists, artists, and businesses are invited to build an altar in memory of a deceased loved one or to bring awareness to a social issue. By making altars, participants are inviting fellow community members into their own life and passions for a loved one. Over the years we have seen altars bring strangers together through mutual compassion, understanding and dialogue. Families reunite to remember and honor their loved ones.

In addition to viewing beautifully created altars, attendees will be entertained by cultural performances and live music. Children can get their face painted and participate in free, art workshops. Local artists will be selling their wares and local restaurants will be selling their most delicious dishes. Finally, attendees will have a photo opportunities with La Catrina, the modern-day icon of Día de los Muertos created by Mexican artist Jose Guadalupe Posada.

For more information and general questions please email nochedealtares@elcentroculturaldemexico.org

http://www.nochedealtares.org/

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OC Block Party 2018
Nov
10
12:00 PM12:00

OC Block Party 2018

2nd Annual ORANGE COUNTY BLOCK PARTY

This years new location is on Flower St Between Santa Ana Blvd & Civic Center Dr and is
sure to bring out the hottest R&B • HIP HOP • SPANISH • OLDSCHOOL • OLDIES & FUNK ARTISTs on 2 Huge Main Stages, with Fully Stocked Bars, Food Trucks & Merchandise Vendors all under the open air skyline of downtown Orange County.

Artists and more info to be announced!

https://www.facebook.com/events/2215004838735334/

https://www.seetickets.us/event/Orange-County-Block-Party/370020

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REPO! The Genetic Opera: Live Showcast by Addicted to the Knife The Frieda Cinema
Nov
11
to Nov 12

REPO! The Genetic Opera: Live Showcast by Addicted to the Knife The Frieda Cinema

It’s that time again, Repo! fanatics!   The amazing “shadow-cast” troupe Addicted to the Knife returns to The Frida with Repo! The Genetic Opera on Saturday, November 11! 
Advance tickets now available at box office, and online by clicking here!

An outlandish 2008 celebration of dirty, gory excess, replete with family melodrama, mysterious illnesses, mind-blowing future-drugs, designer organ repossessions, a few surprising cameos, and a superabundance of bloody stabs and slices, Repo! will be brought to life in front of your eyes by Addicted to the Knife, an all-costumed, all-dancing, all-lip syncing troupe of actors who have excelled at performing the film Rocky Horror-style! All this, and musical numbers too!

Pre-Show starts at 11:30pm – Film starts at Midnight!

Photo by Almos Bechtold on Unsplash

 

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Zocalo Fiesta Fundraiser
Nov
16
6:00 PM18:00

Zocalo Fiesta Fundraiser

“Zócalo”, in many Latin American countries, is the town square, a place where people gather to share resources and socialize and where some of the town’s most pivotal moments occur. Similarly, Delhi Center has been a Zócalo for the Santa Ana community since 1969 and uses the Zocalo concept for its annual fundraiser because of the center’s important role in the lives of Santa Ana residents. The center serves as a gathering place for residents, businesses, and organizations and it is well-known and well-respected for its history of serving the community.

Proceeds from the event go towards the center’s youth programs, including:

Mathletics Camp: an academic enrichment summer program that provides stimulation and support for students to advance and excel in STEM focused subjects, specifically math and science, with a math and science fair culminating event to showcase student accomplishments.

Teens Engaged in Learning and Leadership Program: trains and engages teens, ages 16 to 19 and uses leadership development, mentoring, career exploration, financial planning, and internships to help them build skills and learn how those skills can generate pathways to higher education and career exploration.

Join us to enjoy a night of casual fun, live music, dancing, delicious authentic Mexican food, local artist vendors, fabulous door prizes, and Loteria!

Purchase tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/zocalo-fiesta-fundraiser-tickets-49054571544

Photo by Vitchakorn Koonyosying on Unsplash

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Science of Gingerbread
Nov
23
to Jan 6

Science of Gingerbread

Join in on the annual Science of Gingerbread competition by designing and building your very own delectable creation for a chance to win some awesome prizes! Anyone can enter and family participation is encouraged. Local schools, families, and businesses compete in this annual event, so stop by and view your friends’ and colleagues’ creations.

Photo by John Matychuk on Unsplash

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Patchwork Show Santa Ana Makers Festival
Nov
25
11:00 AM11:00

Patchwork Show Santa Ana Makers Festival

Shop handmade and independent goods from 150+ local makers + food artisans at Patchwork Show in Santa Ana!

Patchwork Show is FREE to attend + family & dog friendly!

Shop locally to find the perfect, unique gift for everyone on your shopping list - including yourself - in one awesome day!

PLUS we'll have food artisans + trucks, DIY crafting and music!

Patchwork vendors are strategically selected by a jury and feature: 
- clothing for men, women + kids
- handbags + accessories
- jewelry
- art + home goods
- ceramics + garden finds
- plush, crochet + knit items
- pet gear
- craft kits & patterns
- bath + body goodies and more! 

FALL 2018 SHOWS: 
Oakland, California
November 3, 2018 – Jack London Square – Broadway and Water Street

Long Beach, California
November 18, 2018 – Marine Stadium – Appian Way @ Bayshore 

Santa Ana, California
November 25, 2018 – Downtown – 2nd @ Sycamore

*All shows are free to attend and 11-5pm.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1144586939031233/

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AURADOME at Patchwork Santa Ana
Nov
25
11:00 AM11:00

AURADOME at Patchwork Santa Ana

Visit AURADOME at Patchwork Show in Santa Ana and see the unseen you with an aura portrait.

Event Info:

Sunday, November 25, 2018

11am-5pm

Downtown Santa Ana

W. 2nd St. & Sycamore St.

Santa Ana, CA 92701

Additional Info:

  • The dome can fit two people per session

  • Each session requires one ticket

  • Sessions are approximately 5 minutes long, and include a portrait and a short interpretation

  • Children ages 5 and up are welcome, as long as they can sit still while holding two sensors on their lap

  • Refunds and reschedules are not available, all sales are final

  • Reservations cannot be held for late arrivals but we will try our best to accommodate you

  • If you cannot attend your session, a friend may attend in your place

  • Since we are shooting on a film that has been discontinued, every shot counts!

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/112518-auradome-at-patchwork-santa-ana-tickets-50844749013?aff=ebdssbdestsearch

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Bowers Museum Screening of La Prima Cosa Bella (2010, 122 min)
Oct
21
12:30 PM12:30

Bowers Museum Screening of La Prima Cosa Bella (2010, 122 min)

An Italian drama directed by Paolo Virzì, La Prima Cosa Bella tells a riveting story of the Michelucci family from the 1970s to the present. When a misanthropic professor returns to his hometown to assist his dying mother, flashbacks reveal the reasons behind his estrangement from his family.

12:30 PM: Introductory Italian
2 – 4 PM: Film Screening
Sponsored by the Italian Cultural Arts Council, an affiliate council of the Bowers.

Location: Norma Kershaw Auditorium.

Tickets: Free for Members | General $12

Questions? E-mail programs@bowers.org or call 714.567.3677.

Proceeds benefit Bowers Museum Education Programs. Tickets are non-refundable.

Purchase tickets here: https://buy.acmeticketing.com/orders/311/tickets?eventId=5b7c54110490735d36e79861&cdEventIds=5b7c54110490735d36e79861&date=2018-10-21T00:00:00-0700

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Bowers Museum AIA OC Presents International Archaeology Day With Thomas Levy
Oct
20
1:30 PM13:30

Bowers Museum AIA OC Presents International Archaeology Day With Thomas Levy

Celebrate International Archaeology Day with the Archaeological Institute of America and a lecture by Thomas Levy, a distinguished professor who holds the Norma Kershaw Chair in the Archaeology of Ancient Israel and Neighboring Lands at the University of California, San Diego. Lecture followed by high tea. 
Sponsored by the AIA – Orange County Society.
Tickets: Bowers and AIA Members $10 | General $22

*AIA Members may only purchase tickets onsite with valid proof of AIA membership

TICKETS: Online or onsite. Questions? E-mail programs@bowers.org or call 714.567.3677. Proceeds benefit Bowers Museum Education Programs. Tickets are non-refundable.

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Electric City Butcher: Pork 101 Workshop
Oct
19
4:30 PM16:30

Electric City Butcher: Pork 101 Workshop

Electric City Butcher is excited to offer its most requested class, Pork 101. This hands-on overview will teach you how we source our animals, how to identify the different parts of the pig, the basics of breaking it down, and how to prepare your favorite cuts. We’ll review knife skills, seam butchery, and you'll get to take home several cuts of pork.

Each student takes home 4 lbs. of pork, gets an Electric City Butcher Tool bag (boning knife, twine, handouts, coupons), and 10% off any purchases in the shop that evening. Light food and refreshments served afterward.

What do I get with the class?
--Hands-on instruction in how to break down a whole Llano Seco pig.
--10% discount on any in-store purchases made that evening.
--ECB Tool Bag: boning knife, butchers' twine, handouts, 10% off coupon for next time.
--Drinks and meat-tastic snacks at the end of the evening.

Parking
Public parking is available in the Bush Avenue Parking Structure (at 4th Street). Metered parking is available along 4th Street.

AskTheButcher
Feel free to contact us with any questions at askthebutcher@electriccitybutcher.com or (714) 474-9096.

Refund Policy
If you can’t make it, please let us know 72 hours before class starts. Due to popular demand, class registrations are non-refundable, but you can always transfer your ticket to a different date or attendee. Any late cancellations (after 72 hours) get 50% of the registration fee in store credit.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/electric-city-butcher-pork-101-workshop-tickets-49625522273?aff=ebdssbcitybrowse

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Savor Santa Ana
Oct
13
5:30 PM17:30

Savor Santa Ana

Savor Santa Ana is a fun night for friends and food in DTSA.

Here's how it works: $10 gets you five tasting tickets to use at your choice of participating restaurants and artisanal food producers across downtown Santa Ana!

Grab your tickets and maps at one of two booth locations, then start exploring.

Savor Santa Ana is a walking event: your tastings will occur at many different restaurants that you will walk around to. If you want to be whisked to the next location, hop on to our free double-decker bus for a tasty trip to your next destination. 

We will be publishing menu items and food pics as the event gets closer. Learn more on Downtown Inc.'s Facebook/Instagram and at downtown-santaana.com.

EVENT FEATURES

-- Restaurant Tastings and East End Incubator Kitchen Tastings
-- Old Fashioned Double-Decker Bus
-- Music, exploring and hanging out!
-- Cool craft beer and cocktails for the adults!

TICKETS

You get a set of 5 tasting tickets for $10.

Use your senses (or our handy map!) to guide yourself around downtown Santa Ana.

BUY TICKETS ONLINE and pick up your tickets at our 2 TICKET LOCATIONS: SPURGEON PASEO (located on Spurgeon between 3rd and 4th Streets) or WEST END (located at 4th and Broadway).

TICKET BOOTHS OPEN AT 5:00 PM. Tastings available 5:30pm - 9:30pm.

PARKING & GETTING HERE

Downtown Santa Ana is centrally located off the 5, 55, and 22 freeways. We have large parking structures within 1-2 blocks of each ticket booth. For details, visit: http://www.savorsantaana.com/experience.html

ABOUT Downtown Santa Ana

Downtown Santa Ana is a vibrant historic center for Orange County where visitors and locals enjoy a blend of old historic and cutting edge, including emerging arts and restaurants, desserts, craft beer and cocktail scenes.

For more Info: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/savor-santa-ana-tickets-49613185373

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Bowers Museum ARCE OC International Archaeology Half-Day Student Events
Oct
13
1:00 PM13:00

Bowers Museum ARCE OC International Archaeology Half-Day Student Events

Maritime History and Archaeology of Ancient Egypt
Presented by Dr. Pearce Paul Creasman, University of Arizona, Tucson
This presentation will review maritime history in ancient Egypt and identify possible avenues for future work. The Tomb of the Master

Thutmose at Saqqara and Its Importance for the Amarna Studies
Presented by Dr. Alain Zivie, French National Centre for Scientific Research
Research on the Memphite necropolis renews approaches to the Amarna studies, permitting a better historical understanding of this period of the New Kingdom.

Location: Norma Kershaw Auditorium 

Tickets (includes both lectures): Bowers and ARCE Members $10 | General $22 

TICKETS: Online or onsite. Questions? E-mail programs@bowers.org or call 714.567.3677. Proceeds benefit Bowers Museum Education Programs. Tickets are non-refundable.

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Viva La Santa Ana (Dia De Los Muertos Celebration)
Oct
13
1:00 PM13:00

Viva La Santa Ana (Dia De Los Muertos Celebration)

Held in the heart of Orange County, Santa Ana’s Dia De Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) Festival “Viva La Vida” captures the very essence of our cultural and artistic spirit. Organized by community members, the purpose of the celebration is to honor ancient traditions of the festival through art, culture, and compassion.

Viva La Vida is a free, family friendly festival. Participants in past events have dedicated altars to their parents, siblings, and friends as well as present causes such as soldiers who have died in war, women who have made an impact in history, and people who have died of illnesses such as AIDS, cancer, or diabetes.

In addition to viewing beautifully created altars, attendees will be able to buy local artwork from vendors while being entertained by cultural performances and live music. As our cultural awareness continues to grow through art and traditions; Viva La Vida takes us to a time when friends, family, and communities came together to celebrate life with all of our senses.

Don't miss this beautiful Day of the Dead celebration!

For more info:

  • https://www.facebook.com/events/401994280329187/

  • http://vivalavidasantaana.com/

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SoMo - The Observatory OC
Oct
12
4:00 PM16:00

SoMo - The Observatory OC

SoMo All-Access Experience

-One (1) general admission ticket to see SoMo live

- Access to the photo pit during SoMo's set

- Early Entry to the general admission floor

- One (1) exclusive SoMo merchandise item designed by SoMo

- Invitation into the venue before any other VIP fans to participate in the following activities:

        - Tour bus tour led by SoMo himself plus photo with SoMo on his bus

        - Access to SoMo's soundcheck

        - Backstage tour led by a member of SoMo's crew

        - Private green room visit

- Meet and Greet / Professional photo with SoMo 

- 3-song pre-show private performance by SoMo

- Q&A session with SoMo

- One (1) exclusive poster, signed by SoMo

- One (1) commemorative laminate

- Crowd-free merchandise shopping

- On-site concert host

 SoMo Meet & Greet Experience

-One (1) general admission ticket to see SoMo live

- Meet & Greet / Photo opportunity with SoMo 

- Early Entry to the general admission floor

- 3-song pre-show private performance by SoMo

- Q&A session with SoMo

- One (1) commemorative laminate

- One (1) exclusive poster, signed by SoMo

- Crowd-free merchandise shopping

- On-site concert host

SoMo Soundcheck Experience

- One (1) general admission ticket to see SoMo live

- Early Entry to the general admission floor

- 3-song pre-show private performance by SoMo

- Q&A session with SoMo

- One (1) commemorative laminate

- One (1) exclusive poster, signed by SoMo

- Crowd-free merchandise shopping

- On-site concert host

Purchase tickets here: http://www.observatoryoc.com/shows/8576305/somo/

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Bowers Museum Art in Context Part II: Early Michelangelo
Oct
10
11:00 AM11:00

Bowers Museum Art in Context Part II: Early Michelangelo

Art in Context 6-Part Lecture Series: Masters of Italian Art: The High Renaissance in Rome, Florence, and Venice

Presented by Dr. Lisa Boutin Vitela, Professor of Art History, Cerritos College

Part 2: Early Michelangelo

This lecture explores the first half of Michelangelo Buonarroti's career, from his teenage years under the tutelage of the Medici family in Florence, to the prime of his career when he sculpted and painted for the imperious Pope Julius II in the Vatican.

Location: Norma Kershaw Auditorium 

Individual lectures: Member or with paid museum admission $9 | General $12 

TICKETS: Online or onsite. Questions? E-mail programs@bowers.org or call 714.567.3677. Proceeds benefit Bowers Museum Education Programs. Tickets are non-refundable.

Image credit: Wikimedia Commons: David'_by_Michelangelo credit Jörg Bittner Unna (image size altered to 1200x800) 

Purchase tickets here: https://buy.acmeticketing.com/orders/311/tickets?eventId=5b6a175a0490737e9e146d11&cdEventIds=5b6a175a0490737e9e146d11&date=2018-10-10T00:00:00-0700 

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A Medieval Feast
Oct
7
6:00 PM18:00

A Medieval Feast

Channel your inner-medieval royal blood, and give a toast at our banquet-feast, surrounded by shining armor and sounds of the renaissance. Enjoy a utensil-free (upon request), 3-course Medieval feast, and wash down your meal with Italian wine and Meade. Themed entertainment will be provided by Chivalry Today and Courtly Noyse. The evening includes full access to the featured exhibition Knights in Armor.
Tickets: Member $65 | General $75

Advanced reservations must be made by Wednesday, October 3 at 5 PM. 

For special dietary requests, please contact the Programs Coordinator at programs@bowers.org or 714.567.3677.

TICKETS: Online or onsite. Questions? E-mail programs@bowers.org or call 714.567.3677. Proceeds benefit Bowers Museum Education Programs. Tickets are non-refundable.

Public Programming for Knights in Armor is sponsored by the Italian Cultural Arts Council, an affiliate council of the Bowers Museum.

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Bowers Museum Timeless Melodies: Roaring 20's
Oct
6
1:30 PM13:30

Bowers Museum Timeless Melodies: Roaring 20's

Presented by Larry Maurer, historian of the Timeless Melodies Foundation for Education, Inc.
As vaudeville declined, composers such as Cole Porter and Irving Berlin revitalized Broadway musicals. Discover their journey into a new era of free spending and carefree living.

Location: Norma Kershaw Auditorium
Tickets: Member or with paid museum admission $9 | General $12

Questions? E-mail programs@bowers.org or call 714.567.3677.

Proceeds benefit Bowers Museum Education Programs. Tickets are non-refundable.

Purchase tickets here: https://buy.acmeticketing.com/orders/311/tickets?eventId=5b760e357947cc6f2f76f98e&cdEventIds=5b760e357947cc6f2f76f98e&date=2018-10-06T00:00:00-0700

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Network Brewery's Oktoberfest
Oct
6
12:00 PM12:00

Network Brewery's Oktoberfest

Join us for our celebration of the fall. 

Our first annual Oktoberfest will be filled with great games, food, music, and beer.

Pre-sale tickets include 10 drink tokens and a t-shirt, purchase via Facebook or the Eventbrite page here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/oktoberfest-tickets-49296503168?aff=efbeventtix 

Tickets can also be purchased day-of the event but do not include a t-shirt. 

We will be pouring 11 of Network Brewery’s finest brews including:

Two Week Notice, India Pale Ale
Gambler, Pale Ale
Expletive Deleted, Pineapple Blonde Ale
Protocol 76, Oktoberfest

Come join the fun!

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Bowers Museum: Knights At the Museum
Sep
23
11:00 AM11:00

Bowers Museum: Knights At the Museum

In partnership with Chivalry Today, see medieval knights come to life as they walk throughout the galleries and hold battle demonstrations in the courtyard.

“Chivalry Today explores the history, literature, and philosophy behind the code of chivalry. From medieval knights and legends of King Arthur, to the modern ideals of ethics and personal honor that influence politics and lawmaking, business and finance, teaching and education, medicine and charity, relationships and romance, the code of chivalry is still alive and well in the 21st century.” - Chivalrytoday.com
Tickets: Free combat demonstration in courtyard; meet knights in the galleries for free with purchase of Knights in Armor admission. 

Purchase tickets here: https://buy.acmeticketing.com/orders/311/tickets?eventId=5b75db7558ccc444866e0a5b&cdEventIds=5b75db7558ccc444866e0a5b&date=2018-09-23T00:00:00-0700

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The Lion Guard - The Experience at The Discovery Cube
Sep
21
10:00 AM10:00

The Lion Guard - The Experience at The Discovery Cube

Explore the Pride Lands with Kion and his friends at this new exhibit! Train with each member of the Lion Guard to protect and maintain the balance of the Circle of Life. Spotlighting important learning areas such as social and self-development, problem solving, creative thinking and arts & culture, this one-of-a-kind exhibit will bring “The Lion Guard” story to life for young children and their families.

Enjoy hands-on activities and imaginative play and discover the importance of teamwork as well as the unique traits of the Lion Guard. Guest will experience the Pride Lands by:

  • Exploring the African Savanna
  • Learning about the animals living in the Pride Lands
  • Training in the Lion Guard’s secret lair
  • Experiencing hands-on activities and interactive play through special missions
  • Discovering teamwork and leadership traits

Plus, discover the unique traits of each member of The Lion Guard team – Kion, the leader of the group and the fiercest in all of the Pride Lands; Bunga, a fearless honey badger and the Pride Lands’ bravest; Fuli, a confident cheetah and the fastest in the Pride Lands; Beshte, a friendly and good-spirited hippo and the strongest in the Pride Lands; and Ono, an intellectual egret who is keenest of sight – that allow them to work together to maintain balance in the Circle of Life.

Age group 2-8 yrs.

Photo by Ivan Diaz on Unsplash

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Downtown Santa Ana Ghost Walk
Sep
15
8:00 PM20:00

Downtown Santa Ana Ghost Walk

  • Howe-Waffle Victorian Mansion (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The Santa Ana Haunted History Ghost Walk is a 90 minute tour which begins from the back patio of the historic Howe-Waffle Mansion in downtown Santa Ana. Tours begin promptly at their scheduled start time. Your experienced guides will take you on a journey as you explore the darker side of local history and the county seat, beautiful and historic downtown Santa Ana. The last stop of the tour will give you the unique experience of being inside one of Santa Ana's most haunted residences after dark. The Howe-Waffle Victorian Mansion built in 1889. Recently Haunted OC invited the Travel Channel's Ghost Adventures Crew to investigate the house. CLICK HERE to view the photo gallery.  

For more information visit: https://www.hauntedoc.com/santaanaghostwalk.htm

Purchase tickets here: https://www.hauntedoc.com/apps/webstore/products/category/1007800?page=1

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Fiestas Patrias 40th Anniversary - Santa Ana
Sep
15
to Sep 16

Fiestas Patrias 40th Anniversary - Santa Ana

  • North Flower Street Santa Ana, CA United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Come celebrate Fiestas Patrias with us!! This free annual event celebrates Mexican Independence with live music, dance performances, delicious food, carnival rides, and a variety of vendors and exhibitors! El Grito Ceremony will take place on Saturday at 6:00 p.m. with the annual Fiestas Patrias parade taking place on Sunday at 4:00 p.m. Bring the family and join the celebration of Mexican art and culture!

For more information, please visit our website www.GCEventPros.com/FiestasPatrias

Interested in being a sponsor or vendor at Fiestas? Email sponsor@gceventpros.com for more information. 

#fiestaspatriassa #gceventpros #fiesta #dancing #santaana

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Hand Lettering With Cursive Basics & Beyond Workshop Series
Sep
9
2:00 PM14:00

Hand Lettering With Cursive Basics & Beyond Workshop Series

$85.00

Instructor: Lauren Cotter of Laurenish Design 

Class Size: 20 students maximum

Workshop Description:

Laurenish Design's Hand Lettering courses are perfect for both beginning and experienced letter-ers.

If your cursive could use a little modernization or you need to start from square one this class covers just about everything  Lauren will go over several lowercase, uppercase letterforms, and flourishes you'll put them through several refining exercises so you can leave the class inspired with a new writing style.  Writing supplies will be provided but if you have any favorite pens or a sketchbook you'd prefer to use feel free to bring them along.

What else do you need to know?

You do not need to bring anything else to the workshop, just yourself! The registration cost is all-inclusive of materials needed for this experience! Refreshments will be served! We hope you have a great time!

Space is limited. Workshop registrations are NONREFUNDABLE. Please make sure you are able to attend the workshop date and time before you complete your purchase. Be sure to visit the Workshop FAQ page for a complete overview of our workshop policies.

If this workshop becomes SOLD OUT, please fill out this form to be placed on the WAITING LIST. 

If you have further questions about workshops, feel free to contact us at hello@mlovewell.com

**If using a phone or mobile device to register, please follow these steps: http://www.mlovewell.com/workshops/sept9-cursive-basics-with-laurenish-design

1) Click "ADD TO CART" 

2) Complete the POP-UP FORM and click "ADD TO CART" at the end of the form.

3) To complete your registration, proceed to the CHECK-OUT CART located at the top right corner of the page.

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2nd Saturday Artwalk: Hispanic Heritage Celebration
Sep
8
2:00 PM14:00

2nd Saturday Artwalk: Hispanic Heritage Celebration

In this lesson we will be creating a self-portrait in honor of El Maestro Emigdio Vasquez. We will study Proportion and Line using watercolors as our art medium.

Music: Manos de Fuego (drum specialty band) Emigdio Vasquez Jr.  (Son of renown Chicano Social Realism Master, Emigdio Vasquez http://www.latimes.com/local/obituaries/la-me-emigdio-vasquez-20140815-story.html)

Art Vendors will be located throughout most areas of the mall.

Macy’s Court (4 vendors)

Food Court (4 vendors)

Center Corridor between Elevator (4 vendors) leading to the patio, and 2 vendors outside.

Art Exhibits: Emigdio Vasquez Tribute Rosemary Vasquez (also daughter of Emigdio Vasquez and wonderful visual artist.) I think that there is no better way to celebrate Hispanic Heritage month than by Honoring Emigdio Vasques and having his successors as our guest artists.

This Chicano movement of art is more than relevant to Santa Ana as a city and community. I was a part of the event planning committee that hosted the Celebration of Emigdio’s life in 2013 when he was awarded the Maestro Award https://www.ocregister.com/2013/06/14/chicano-artist-to-receive-maestro-award-saturday/

Photo by sydney Rae on Unsplash

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Bowers Museum: Bonsai, A Living Art Form Display
Sep
7
5:30 PM17:30

Bowers Museum: Bonsai, A Living Art Form Display

Presented by Kofu Bonsai Kai from September 6 - 9

This Bonsai show will consist of 28 trees displayed in a traditional manner. The trees are from personal collections and have all been in training and taken to a final style over many years.

Docents who have trees on display will be present daily to answer questions. There will also be members of Kofu Bonsai Kai working on trees to show and talk about the styling process.

On September 8 at 1 PM, Tom Vuong will demonstrate the process of taking a piece of raw material to a styled tree.

Location: John M. Lee Court 

Tickets: This is a free event (museum admission is not included)

Photo by Toa Heftiba on Unsplash

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Free Family Pumpkin Launch Event at the Discovery Cube
Sep
7
5:00 PM17:00

Free Family Pumpkin Launch Event at the Discovery Cube

This popular event is turning 10! Pumpkins, as a rule, stay close to the vine. But have you ever seen a squash go soaring, high through the air? Join Discovery Cube and Cal State University, Fullerton at Cal State Fullerton’s athletic field for a day of flight, engineering, and pumpkin-smashed hijinks on Saturday, Nov. 4 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Pumpkin Launch contestants use the principles of STEM to build trebuchet machines that send pumpkins high in the sky and towards targets that line the field. The team with the highest score wins the Pumpkin Launch trophy!

It isn’t all about cheering on the stem-topped soarers, though. There are hands-on activities for spectators to enjoy and some cool challenges, too. Plus, food trucks will be out, so have a bite and keep your energy up. Competition begins at 12:30pm.

Cal State Fullerton’s athletic field is located at 800 N. State College Blvd, Fullerton, CA 92831.

*Activities, times and dates subject to change without notice. California State University, Fullerton is a smoke-free campus.

Pumpkin Launch is a free community event available to science and engineer enthusiasts of all ages. Discovery Cube is a nonprofit organization on a mission to educate and inspire young minds through engaging science-based programs and exhibits to create a meaningful impact on the communities we serve. We are only able to advance our mission with the help and support of donors. You can help ensure free community events, like this one, as well as other important educational programs continue across Southern California by making a tax-deductible donation today. 

Donate here: https://www.discoverycube.org/ways-to-give/ 

Photo by JESHOOTS.COM on Unsplash

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Orange County School of Arts Chili Bowl Supper
Sep
5
4:30 PM16:30

Orange County School of Arts Chili Bowl Supper

Annual Chili Bowl Supper held during Back to School Nights. Sept. 5-6, 2018 from 4:30-8pm

This is the Annual Visual Arts Chili Bowl Supper fundraiser.

  • Held during OCSA Back to School Nights, September 5-6, 2018 from 4:30-8pm

Selling Chili with all the fixings, cornbread, dessert and beverages for students and parents on the run. Come and join us as well as teachers, and staff for Supper during BTSN and see what the OCSA community is all about!

Photo by Elli O. on Unsplash

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The Room Screening at The Frida Cinema
Aug
25
to Aug 26

The Room Screening at The Frida Cinema

Bust out those plastic spoons!  Tommy Wiseau’s THE ROOM returns to The Frida Cinema every last Saturday of the month through 2018!  Tickets for our next screening – Saturday, August 25 at 11pm – are now available!

Tommy Wiseau’s peerless magnum opus finds the auteur who shaped a generation taking on the arts of acting, writing, casting, directing, editing and more. What’s even more remarkable: he’s mastered them all. In Wiseau’s The Room, Johnny is a big-time banker working in gorgeously shot San Francisco. His fiancé Lisa, seemingly a happy part of a successful relationship, has wandering eyes…for Tommy’s best friend Mark. Cinema has never witnessed such betrayal!! The Room is an intense, sensual thriller punctuated with brilliant musical contributions by Mladen Milicevic, Jarah Gibson, Clint Gamboa, Kitra Williams & Reflection.

Wiseau’s intricately knit web of sweet secrets and bitter lies interrogates the very form of drama itself, abandoning a slick and finished aesthetic to showcase his inventive and creative spirit. Especially notable is Wiseau’s masterful naturalistic acting. Join us and witness a master at work. This is truly unforgettable cinema.

Buy tickets here: https://boxoffice.diamondticketing.com/fridacinema/tickets

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E-Sports Arena Community Awareness Event: The Roses That Grew From Concrete
Aug
25
11:00 AM11:00

E-Sports Arena Community Awareness Event: The Roses That Grew From Concrete

Santa Ana Unidos is hosting an Education and Social Change festival which will utilize Hip-Hop, The Arts, Education, and Advocacy to dismantle the school to prison pipeline. A cohort of Hip-hop Artists, Musicians, Educators, and Students will shed light on the effective mass incarceration has on urban communities throughout the country. This event effectively provides a platform to highlight programs, classes, resources and services within our community that are actively keeping families together while keeping youth from entering the prison system.

Educators, Musicians, Students, and Organizations are coming together to build community through the Arts and we hope you can join us on this journey to disrupt hopelessness.

The free community event will take place from 11 am - 3 pm. A $30 benefit concert will begin at 5 pm and go until 11 pm.

Purchase tickets for the benefit concert here: https://www.seetickets.us/event/The-Roses-That-Grew-From-Concrete/368381

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Community Workshop (Taller Comunitario)
Aug
25
9:00 AM09:00

Community Workshop (Taller Comunitario)

Help us make the city more walkable, bikeable, and transit-friendly for all!

Santa Ana is a vibrant community dedicated to building a safe and welcoming environment to live in, work in and visit. Over the past 10 years, city leaders have evolved Santa Ana’s infrastructure with mixed-use spaces and improved pedestrian safety.

Travel Safe, Share the Space is a public education, awareness and behavioral change campaign that responds to the challenges of pedestrian and bicyclist safety by encouraging residents and visitors to watch out for each other. The campaign shows that every day, each one of us one may be a driver, public transit rider, bicyclist or pedestrian. The best way to keep every traveller safe is collective prevention.

We want to build a culture in Santa Ana where all road users watch out for each other, and continue to create an environment where bicycling and walking are increasingly considered as safe and healthy modes of transportation.

Funding for this program was provided by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Together with community partners such as OTS, we will continue to improve the safety of Santa Ana’s streets. http://www.ots.ca.gov/

For more information visit: http://www.santa-ana.org/bike/ 

#muevetesantaana #santaanamoveslikethis #santaanamoves

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Migrant Homeland and Wings of Mexico Performance (Alas de Mexico)
Aug
25
8:00 AM08:00

Migrant Homeland and Wings of Mexico Performance (Alas de Mexico)

  • E. Street and French Santa Ana, California, 92701 USA (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

It would be a pleasure to see you participate in our performance event! Come and take a photo and video that will be created into a montage and shown to those using public transportation in Mexico City with the goal of connecting American and Mexican culture! We live far AND close to our HERITAGE! Feel free to bring objects of sentimental value and a message to send to Mexico or to your family!

The event will be performed by Jorge Marin, sculptor of the exhibition (Twitter: @jorgemarinMX, IG: @jorgemarinmx). 

Photo by tony herrera on Unsplash

 

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DJ SNOOPADELIC aka SNOOP DOGG
Aug
18
to Aug 19

DJ SNOOPADELIC aka SNOOP DOGG

DJ SNOOPADELIC aka SNOOP DOGG

Live Saturday August 18th at E-SPORTS ARENA 120 West 5th Street, Santa Ana

DOORS OPEN 6pm / 18+ Valid ID Only

Snoops Guest “Hand Picked Artists by Snoop Dogg”

GENERAL ADMISSION:
$35 Thru June 30th (Early Bird Special Limited Availability ) 

V.I.P. TICKETS: $195 per person (V.I.P. Includes: Upstairs Birds Eye View Premium Section Away From Crowd - Private Upstairs Bar - 2 FREE Drink Tickets - V.I.P. Entrance, and Special Snoop Dogg Close Encounter in VIP Area ( Limited availability)

Source: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dj-snoopadelic-aka-snoop-dogg-performing-live-presented-by-wright-records-tickets-46785896877?aff=ebdssbcitybrowse

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Patches & Pins Festival
Aug
18
12:00 PM12:00

Patches & Pins Festival

  • 201 East 4th Street Santa Ana, CA, 92701 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Patches and Pins Expo is the nation's largest flare event. Come to see a wide variety of pins, patches, art, food, and fashion!

Since 2015 P&P has become the essential platform connecting pin makers with the public and most importantly their direct fans.

Our event incorporates an array of pins, patches, art and fashion. P&P has been rapidly growing organically for the past couple of years while staying true to our roots making our event the successful platform it is today.

Admission is FREE 

For more information checkout:https://www.patchesandpinsexpo.com/

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The Bank Sale Clothing Festival FREE
Aug
18
12:00 PM12:00

The Bank Sale Clothing Festival FREE

We introduce to you, The Bank Sale 10 StreetWear Festival, the nation's largest street wear and lifestyle expo! Having already completed 9 semi-annual Bank Sale Events since 2012, we anticipate this upcoming event to be Huge!

StreetWear Festival + LIVE MUSIC + FOOD TRUCKS

Taking Place at 4th St Market Place 

ADMISSION: *** FREE ENTRY***

VIP TICKET 25$ Includes Event Tee Shirt Vip badge + P&P Pin
Event Starts 12pm - 8pm

4th St Market Place
201 E 4th St Santa Ana Ca
All Ages + Every FREE Entry |
General Information 714 697-4147
www.thebanksale.com

Source: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-bank-sale-clothing-festival-free-tickets-45741300461?aff=ebdssbdestsearch 

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